15 November (Language) Benazir Bhutto is counted among the tall political figures of Pakistan, India’s neighboring country. She has the distinction of being the first female Prime Minister of a Muslim country. It is also worth mentioning here that he held this position twice. She was first elected Prime Minister of the country on 16 November 1988, when her Pakistan People’s Party won the election. The second time she became Prime Minister in 1993.
However, both times she could not complete her tenure. In 1988, Benazir formed a government with a big victory, but in 1990 President Ghulam Ishaq Khan dismissed his government. She then became Prime Minister again in 1993, but in 1996 her government was sacked again on corruption charges. His life was full of ups and downs and he died in a bomb blast on 27 December 2007.
A series of other major events recorded in the history of the country and world on November 16 is as follows: -1713: Sahu was appointed Peshwa by Bala Ji Vishwanath. 1776: British troops captured Fort Washington during the American Revolution. 1840: New Zealand officially became part of the British colony. 1846: Birth of Urdu poet Akbar Allahabad. 1849: Death sentence of famous Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Fyodor, the creator of numerous compositions such as Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, and The Brothers Karamazov, was accused of being a member of an underground organization and sentenced to death.
1860: The first batch of Indian workers arrived in Natal, South Africa. 1916: 1000 people died in an explosion at a factory in La Satanya, Russia. 1933: Diplomatic relations were established between the US and the Soviet Union. 1945: UNESCO formed to preserve cultural heritage around the world. 1973: Skylab 4 was sent to space on an 84-day expedition from Cape Canavera with three astronauts. 1973: Birth of Badminton player Pullela Gopichand. 1988: Pakistan Peoples Party won the election and Benazir Bhutto became the first woman Prime Minister of Pakistan.